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Vanilla happy

I started off drinking this in the mornings but found it doesn’t really dissolve very well so I now put it on my muesli at breakfast which I prefer. Am vanilla happy with product ☺️

Thanks for the review Dee and glad you're enjoying it on your muesli - I have it often on muesli and its great! Best way to dissolve it in a drink is to put it in a shaker and perhaps with the wire ball that comes with the shaker. Anyway, glad you've found a way you like to take it

One step forward.

So, stupidly I decided to see if it was actually working by letting myself run out of it. I was being pretty impatient, expecting it to work faster, praying for it to work faster. My flushes were unbearable, from mild perspiration all my life, no matter how hot it was to absolutely dropping with sweat day and night, soo not fun. By about the 3 week mark the flushes were noticabely less and the sweating less severe by the time I'd run out I had two nights decent sleep in a row. Now I've been without it for a week or so I know 100% that Latte Liberate works! Not only has it helped already with flushes but after I'd been taking it only a few days I noticed a change in my mood and I felt far more relaxed.. I'll be ordering more on Monday and I won't be running out this time !! Also, I really miss having a big glass in the morning, it's different but its delicious. Brilliant stuff!

Caroline thanks for the review, this is fantastic news that the product is working for you.

The hot flushes that were driving me crazy have not returned!!

I am very pleased to report that from day one of starting the Halo in the evening and Liberate in the morning my hot flushes immediately reduced. I still get a bit hot from time to time (well it is summer) but the hot flushes that were driving me crazy have not returned. So far so good!

I love the taste of the Liberate and have started buying soy milk and heat it in the microwave which helps to mix it up better. The Halo is also tasty and I have started buying almond milk and also heat this one up to help mix the powder.

I have told quite a few of my friends how wonderful your product is and I will definitely be buying some more very soon. ❤️

Thanks for the review Joanne, glad you're enjoying the products and that they are working for you too :)

Latte shakes

It doesn't taste the best , I kinda over did the powder on my first shake ! Still waiting to feel results

Thanks for the review Alisha, hopefully it starts to work for you soon. Some people take longer than others.

Love the flavour in Blueberry Burst. My husband is the biggest fan as well. He has it in smoothie every day. Truly wonderful products.

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by Jaie Obillo 3 min read

Did you know that chocolate is good for your health and has a lot of proven health benefits? This well loved treat is popular not just during holidays but all year round - with the industry making $21.1 Billion in sales in 2017. That number is expected to keep growing with the increase in growth expected from premium products and dark chocolate product sales.

Everyonelikeschocolate, most peopleloveit. And why not? It’s delicious! Giving it makes you thoughtful and well liked, receiving it makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Eating it gives a tickle to your brain’s pleasure centres that makes you want more.

Or that could just be the sugar talking. You see, there is a big difference between the different major different types of chocolate, milk chocolate and dark chocolate. One major difference is the sugar content.

Dark chocolate contains less sugar and no dairy

For some milk chocolate arguably tastes much better than dark chocolate. It is sweeter, creamier, and goes down well with no bitter taste. Real dark chocolate, on the other hand, has a slightly bitter taste, however I recommend starting with a 70% dark chocolate before launching into say an 85%. Dark chocolate is made with a high percentage of cacao (which is required to be at the very least, 35% of cocoa solids). It’s also made with very small amounts of sugar and no milk products are required to be added. Perfect if dairy upsets your tummy.

More Cacao, more healthier

Milk chocolate contains less of the original cocoa bean than dark chocolate. It is most often diluted with sugar, cream, and milk solids to achieve that sweet, creamy taste we’ve all come to love. The lower cacao solids content also makes it somewhat less nutritious than its dark counterpart. The cacao solids give chocolate its nutritional edge by containing key compounds such as Phenylethylamine, Flavonoids and Theobromine. So the less cocoa solids it has, the less of these nutritional compounds are available.

Milk chocolate contains more sugar

Milk chocolate has more sugar, thus more carbs and more calories than dark chocolate. 100g of milk chocolate has a whopping 52g of sugar, whereas Lindt 78% dark chocolate has 18g of sugar. The sugar content in milk chocolate vary among brands. Here’s a snapshot of the sugar content of some popular brands:

  • Snickers bar (50g): 6.45 teaspoons of sugar
  • Mars bar (58g): 6.51 teaspoons of sugar
  • Milky Way bar (52.2g): 7.75 teaspoons of sugar
  • Twix bar (57g): 6.12 teaspoons of sugar
  • Milk chocolate M&M's packet (60g): 7.75 teaspoons of sugar


Dark chocolate is simply better for you

Dark chocolate has fewer carbs because it has half the sugar (sometimes not even), and has four times the fibre. A 100-gram bar of dark chocolate with 70–85% cocoa contains: 11 grams of fibre, 67% of the RDI for iron, 58% of the RDI for magnesium, 89% of the RDI for copper, 98% of the RDI for manganese, and has plenty of potassium, phosphorus, zinc, and selenium. It is ultimately better for you than milk chocolate by a long shot.

Not all dark chocolate is equal

If you're looking for a relatively healthy dark chocolate, you can't go past Lindt 70%, 78% or 85%. The sugar content in these are significantly lower than the milk chocolate alternatives. 

  • 70% dark chocolate Lindt (50g): 3.62 teaspoons of sugar
  • 78% dark chocolate Lindt (50g): 2.25 teaspoons of sugar
  • 85% dark chocolate Lindt (50g): 1.37 teaspoons of sugar

Be careful of the Lindt flavours range such as dark chocolate with orange, chilli, sea salt, lime, coconut etc., as these have much higher sugar content of approximately 5.48 teaspoons of sugar which is similar to a Snickers bar.


References:

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/262978.php

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/7-health-benefits-dark-chocolate#section1



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